Cars drive past high-rise buildings in the haze of the central business district in Beijing. British companies say life is getting tougher for them in China. Photo: AFPCars drive past high-rise buildings in the haze of the central business district in Beijing. British companies say life is getting tougher for them in China. Photo: AFP
Cars drive past high-rise buildings in the haze of the central business district in Beijing. British companies say life is getting tougher for them in China. Photo: AFP

British companies say business in China has become harder amid slowing economy, regulatory challenges and competition from state-owned rivals

  • Forty-eight per cent of UK companies surveyed by the British Chamber of Commerce in China say business has become more difficult in 2019
  • A quarter of respondents said they were treated unequally by the government, when compared to state-owned enterprises
Topic |   China economy
Cars drive past high-rise buildings in the haze of the central business district in Beijing. British companies say life is getting tougher for them in China. Photo: AFPCars drive past high-rise buildings in the haze of the central business district in Beijing. British companies say life is getting tougher for them in China. Photo: AFP
Cars drive past high-rise buildings in the haze of the central business district in Beijing. British companies say life is getting tougher for them in China. Photo: AFP
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